Expects U.S. Growth North of 3%: Garzarelli

Dec. 05 (Bloomberg) -- Francesco Garzarelli, Co-Head of Macro and Market Research at Goldman Sachs, discusses what to expect from central banks worldwide and his subsequent economic outlook. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “On The Move.” (Source: Bloomberg)
China: What are the Global Concerns?
22:44 - China sought to ease concerns that its slowing economy could drag down global growth and signaled it won’t get dragged into tit-for-tat currency valuations. Emerging markets from China to Brazil have slid amid declining trade, mounting debt, falling commodity prices and a rising U.S. dollar.
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